MANILA, Philippines—As early as now, Faculty of St. Benilde is already dealing with a problem not only for NCAA Season 99 but in addition for Season 100.
Nevertheless, it’s a very good kind of problem.
The Blazers, who fell wanting taking the Season 98 crown final 12 months, are firing on all cylinders with regards to recruitment.
In fact, including up on abilities imposes the duty of bringing all of the gamers into the rotation, however that’s an issue that coach Charles Tiu welcomes.
“It’s a problem we’ve by no means encountered earlier than, the place there may be now an abundance of gamers vying for a similar place. It’s a good problem, higher than missing choices. They might want to compete for his or her spots, as we even have a surplus of gamers,” coach Charles Tiu stated.
Headlining the brand new breed of the Blazers is the trio out of San Beda composed of Tony Ynot, Justine Sanchez and Gab Cometa.
Former Emilio Aguinaldo Faculty huge man Allen Liwag will even sit out subsequent season alongside Nathan Victoria, Jhomel Ancheta, Roger Ondoa, Ian Torres,Matthew Oli, Tahjae Ordonio, Irele Galas and Jeric Canete.
All newcomers will have the ability to don the Inexperienced and White in Season 100.
With the inflow of recent gamers coming in, the graduating abilities will now need to step as much as go away an enduring impression on the brand new Blazers..
“Our main focus stays on the upcoming season that’s about to start in a month or so. We nonetheless have a considerable quantity of labor to perform, and our consistency stays a problem,” bared Tiu.
Season 99 will signify the ultimate enjoying years of Miggy Corteza, Robi Nayve, Prince Carlos, Felipe Marasigan, Chris Flores and reigning league MVP Will Gozum.
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